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Vol 61, No. 105

O'Connell Plans Governor Bid

Shepherd
Changes His
Mind Again
By MARGO COPLOVER
Agitator Staph Writer
Calling the UF where the
action is, Charles Shepherd,
former king kong of the student
body, raised his seventh pitcher
of Gatorade just after midnight
Tuesday at The Mouse, and
soberly announced his candidacy
for governor of the Sunshine
State.
Shepherd, who led students
away from campus rebellion and
controversy ran to the Democrat
National Convention in Chicago,
said he is entering the governors
race because he feels the
Sunshine State can be better
controlled from the campus
rather than from the capitol
building in Tallahassee.
Frankly, I am fearful for the
future of our state, he said.
There is the need for positive
action to deal with some very
real problems in our
government.
I believe the UF students
should take the leadership of the
state since it seems to be where
the action is, he said.
It is time that we educate
the legislature and the public
about the true nature of this
great university and stop selling
ourselves short with the big boys
in Tallahassee.
If it takes batgirls to storm
the Senate chambers and stomp
the state for me, then batgirls it
will be.
Shepherd is the lead candidate
for the American Independent
Party which has now proclaimed
an all out Mace of rednecks and
the plain folks who have long
dominated the states
government from' the eagles
nest in the lower panhandle
district.
Opposing Shepherd is UF
President Stephen C. OConnell
who left the state capitol in
1967 vowing to lead the
University of Florida to
greatness, second to none in
the nation.
First Annual
Hurtin' Gator
Awards
See Pages 8,9

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AIRLINE SECURITY DEFICIENT
Another Jet Hijacked In Florida

By BRAINIE GHOUL
Agitator Staph Writer
In an effort to show that
airline security is deficient, two
Agitator staphers hijacked an
Eastern Airlines jet Monday and
forced the pilot to bypass its
original destination, High
Springs, and fly to Fort White
instead.
The 74 passengers, who were
due in High Springs for the
annual regional meeting of the
Tri-County Hog Breeders
Association, were taken to High
Springs in a motorcade of
Massey-Ferguson tractors after
being cleared by Fort White
custom officials.
The staphers were arrested by
authorities in Fort White and
charged with air piracy, a capital
offense.
We suspicioned that they
was the ones what done it, said
Sheriff Homer Dowdy,
as how they was the only ones
what looked like university
students. Them university
students ought to be
horsewhipped anyway; they
havent got the sense the good
Lord gave a boll weevil.

University of Florida, Gainesville

However, the staphers claimed
immunity for the offense,
contending they were only
performing their duty by making
the airline aware of security
difficulties.
Our arrest is a direct affront

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He Wants State
I First In Nation
By BARREL ALLBITCH
Agitator Editor
Vowing to make Florida first in the nation, second to none in the
world, UF President Stephen C. OConnell Monday announced his
intention to seek the states highest political office the
governorship in the 1970 race.
At a late afternoon press conference in the home of his long-time
political and personal friend Charley Johns, a former state senator and
short-term governor, OConnell affirmed recent persistent rumors that
he is a candidate for governor.
His announcement follows closely on the heels of State Attorney
General Earl Faircloths decision to actively seek the post.
The university president, who only eighteen months ago shed the
robes of chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court for the academic
robes of president of his Alma Mater, said he is deeply disturbed by
the trends in this state and in this country in recent years.
He cited decline in law and order, black militancy in the ghettoes.
student violence on campus, increasing cries for academic freedom
and the rise in popularity of subversive groups such as SSOC and
JOMO.
He also criticized the GOP coalition.
The recent unrest on Florida campuses has been caused primarily
by the ineptness of the Republican administration and Republican
legislators, OConnell charged.
He contended that Republican leaders have joined together to
create unrest so they can make a campaign issue out of it.
He said he agreed unfortunately with State Sen. Tom Slades
recent demand that UF philosophy professor Ken Megill be dismissed.
But how could I do it, in good conscience? OConnell asked. I
would have had to agree with an elephant. So I did nothing. I never
believed in a squirting contest with an elephant.
The gubernatorial candidate said he intended to clean up Floridas
campuses after he is elected. He promised that Johns would assist
him in the job.
The former UF student body president has been active in political
intrigues throughout his career.
Making Florida first has always been my dream. I cannot say no
to the task which calls me, he vowed.

to freedom of the press, said
one of the staphers. We
hijacked the plane as a public
service to our readers.
Agitator editor Harold
Aldrich immediately called an
emergency staff meeting to

formulate action against what he
called the blatant censorship,
administrative interference, and
sightless stupidity of the Fort
White officials.
Meanwhile, back in Fort
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America's
Number 132
College
Daily

Tuesday, April 1, 1969



Page 2

The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 1,1969

OConnell Bows Out; Freeman New King

By CRIMSON MEMBER
Agitator Associating Editor
In a touching and impressive
ceremony, UF President Stephen
C. OConnell Monday turned
over control of the university to
SSOC spokesman Ed Freeman.
Only a small crowd was
present at the meeting of
Freeman and OConnell on the
Plaza of the Americas
It has come to my
attention, OConnell said,

No Frolics Tickets
For Fraternity Men
Frolic tickets will not be distributed to fraternity members
Interfraternity Council President Steve Zack announced Monday.
Instead, tickets will be distributed to the independents this time.
The action was taken as a punishment for the recent fist fights
among the fraternities, Zack declared.
He referred in particular to the SAE-Phi Delt spat. Some matter
about a lion, he said, and somebodys tail.
How petty this all is! Lions tails and secret handshakes, when Im
elected again I think Ill disband the whole system, he said.
These fist fights are ruining our image.
Meanwhile, Zack said he couldnt decide whether to hold his duel
with Steve Fahrer, SSOC president, on Florida Field or at the
handball courts. Zack challenged Fahrer after the SSOC president said
his fan club was bigger than Zacks.
Zack also didnt know whether to demand an apology written in
blood or an oral one in the Plaza of the Americas.

Editor Wins JM Award

By CAN I. SLANDER
Agitator Assignments Editor
Agitator Editor Harold
Aldrich has been awarded the
College of Journalisms
Endurance Award for most
quarters successfully
completed out of most
quarters unsuccessfully taken.
Aldrich, first and only
winner of the distinction, has
taken the equivalent of 42.5
quarters and has completed .5
quarters in the college with
an average above a 1.0.
Dean John Paul Jones

Wallace To Meef With Nixon

WASHINGTON (LSD)
Seven members of the American
Independent party are planning
an unscheduled visit to the
White House next week, George
Wallace announced Monday.
Although the one-time
candidate for president would
not say what the purpose of the
meeting would be, he claimed it
would not be a demonstration or
protest.
We want it to be a surprise
for Dick, he said, referring to
President Nixon.
The day of the visit has not
been disclosed, but a member of
the delegation, Limey Railey,
said the meeting would
probably be sometime at
night.
A neighbor of Railey, who
asked that his name not be
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wiping a tear from his eyes,
that people like me are just too
old fashioned to try to control a
fast-paced university like ours.
Thats why I have decided
to choose a person who has real
farsight and that deep feeling of
Americanism which is necessary
for a university president, he
said.
That person is Ed
Freeman. His voice broke with
emotion.

called Aldrich, the most
unique student we have ever
encountered.
We have grown old
together, hes been here
almost as long as Lester
Hale, Jones said.
Aldrich came to the UF
more than 12 years ago, seven
of which he spent trying to
get into upper division and
the remainder spent trying to
get out.
In lieu of the award, Jones
said Aldrichs chances of
graduating with honors have

disclosed, said he saw a laundry
truck deliver a large bundle of
what appeared to be white
sheets or something.
Nixon said he had not invited
Wallace, nor had he been

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'DEMOCRATIC UNIVERSITY PROMISED

Freeman, in accepting the
new job, had only a few short
words for the crowd.
I am glad that the
authoritarian forces on this
campus have finally seen the
light, and Im sure all our
problems will soon be solved by
this move. Our time has come. I
plan to turn all of the
dormitories into communes, and
change many of the names, he
said.
I also plan to rename the
union to Student Rights Union.
I plan to abolish the campus
cops, and turn their station into
a welcome station for visitors
from the north. I also plan to fill
all the drains in Florida Field
and fill it up with LSD. We
could then sell tickets. Each
ticket would entitle the holder
to a long straw. The ROTC field
will be converted to a grass farm,
and Century Tower can be made
into a lookout tower.
Those will be my immediate
programs, Freeman said.
Tomorrow I will announce my
plans for the far future.
In turning the control over to
Freeman, OConnell knelt down
and bowed to his replacement
and humbly asked his
forgiveness.

been greatly strengthened
and that the Agitator editor
has given us new insight into
the youth of today and what
we can expect from them in
the future.
Jones refused to comment
on Aldrichs handling of the
Agitator staph.
I dont use language like
that for publication, the
dean said.
Aldrich, accepting the
award in his humble manner,
said it just proved what I have
always said, I am the
greatest.

informed of the visit, but if he
makes an appointement with my
secretary, I will try to see him.
He is entitled to the same
rights as any private U.S.
citizen, Nixon said.

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UF Student Arrested
For Growing Grass
By BRAVE ODOR
Agitator Staph Writer
A UF senior in agriculture was arrested for possession of maryjane
by a joint team of local law enforcement officials Monday night, after
a year-long snooping job.
Crass Blowingsmoke, 22, of suburban Yee Haw Junction, was
caught by Gainesville police, local sheriffs detectives and Kampus
Kops and charged with growing and cultivating a bumper crop of
quality, lysergic acid ladled, marijuana in a field near the UF livestock
pavilion.
The suspect was taken to the county jail and bond has been set at
$500,000, officials said.
When interviewed by Agitator reporters at the time of his arrest,
Blowingsmoke said, They told me to grow grass for my term
project and I did.
It was not determined who the they were in his statement, but a
College of Agriculture spokesman said over the telephone, What we
had in mind for the project was the St. Augustine variety when we
gave Blowingsmoke the go-ahead.
Kampus Kops Chief Audie Shulen said of the long investigation,
We knew we had him almost from the start, but we had to sample
the grass to find out if it was the real thing.
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Campus Living Required
Os Every UF Student

By NUDE SANDSPURS
Agitator Staph Writer
Calling the decision, in the
best interests of the students,
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell Monday disclosed
that beginning in September, all
UF students will be required to
live on campus.
The announcement climaxed
several months of rumors over
UFs housing future.
At a 3:30 p.m. press
conference, OConnell, along
with Campus Planning Director
W. Ellis Jones, unveiled a $35
million housing complex
designed to accomodate 20,000
additional students.
There has been little doubt
in my mind, OConnell said,
but that the present disorders

Airliner Hijacked
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White, Sheriff Dowdy said the
students would go trial
tomorrow before County Judge
John J Lynch.
We doiffe got our jury all
spruced up, said the sheriff.
Theyre career jurymen, hear
cases in the morning and pick
tobacco in the afternoon. Fort
White folks likes to call them the
Hanging 12.
The staphers will be
represented at the trial by public
defender Clinton G. Cornhusk.
He told the press, Fort White
Pcapicker-Courier newsmen, he
had only one piece of advice for
his clients:
I told them, now listen,
when you guys gel to Raiford's
death row, just dont sit down ."
After the trial, the two will be
subject to university
punishment, Vice President for
Student Affairs Lester Hale told
the Agitator.
Although the Code of
Student Conduct doesnt
prohibit airline hijacking per se,
it does permit action against

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on campus stem from our failure
to be able to keep a watch on
students.
What we propose to do here
is to fulfill our responsibility to
the parents of the students at
UF.
Jones also commented on the
plan, calling it an end to
upperclassman discrimination.
There has long been an
inequality in our housing
practices, Jones said, which
confines the underclassmen to
campus, while the
upperclassmen can live in an
apartment off-campus without a
single rule.
By placing all students on
campus, there will no longer be
any discrimination, Jones said.
The master campus housing
plan calls for the draining of

students who are considered
potentially dangerous, Hale
said.
There is little doubt in my
mind that they are dangerous.
Who knows, next they could
hijack the pigeons at the Plaza of
the Americas.
Several campus organizations
have condemned the
administrations decision to
prosecute as double jeopardy,
but Fort White officials believe
otherwise:
Hell, them university hippies
are all in jeopardy anyhow, said
Dowdy. We gotta rid our
university system of them
subversive, pinko hippie radicals,
and this is how were gonna do
it.
The Fort White authorities
have received support from
several members of the
Legislature, notable Sen. Tom
Slade, who reportedly rubbed
his hands together gleefully as he
said:
At last, justice.

Lake Alice, and the construction
of high-rise dormitories on the
site.
Money for the towers has
been approved by the
Department of Housing and
Urban Development in
Washington, and architectural
plans have reached the final
planning stage.
The problem of housing
students until the first sections
of the complex are finished will
be alleviated by the erection of
Flavet-type temporary buildings.
Corpse Found
GAINESVILLE (LSD) The
body of the senior associate
editor of the University of
Floridas campus newspaper was
found floating in Hog Town
Creek late Tuesday.
The corpse was severed at the
spine, dismembered and
disemboweled, eyeballs removed
and the chest area was riddled
with buckshot.
Police suspect foul play.
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VOTE FOR
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I have conducted my campaign for the City Commis Commission
sion Commission the same way I will conduct myself as your City
Commissionerwith dignity and honor. NO ONE has a
right to lower the standards demanded for such a respon responsible
sible responsible office.
I have been honest and fair and made no pie-in-the-sky
promises that I could not keep. I sincerely want to repre represent
sent represent all the people of Gainesville but I WILL NOT lower
the high ideals and standards which I hold so dear in order
to win such an office.
I believe my election to the commission will signal a
new day and new hope for ALL of Gainesville. We are a
mature, honorable, progressive city. I don't believy we
will settle for anything less than the most qualified person
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I ask that every voter evaluate the qualifications of
both candidates and vote their convictions. To decide this
election on anything else would undermine the entire
Democratic structure for which we have fought and died.
Please go to the polls tomorrow and let the world know
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Steward Mt. Olive Methodist Church
World War II Navy Combat Veteran
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B.S. degree University of Florida
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Senate Meets
The Student Senate will hold
its irregular weekly meeting
tonight in the Reitz Union. It is
hoped that all 80 senators will
attend and that the meeting will
start on time -for a change.
Agenda items include
consideration of a resolution
introduced by Majority Floor
Leader Charles Harris endorsing
him for vice president of the
student body.

Meqill Arrested At Rally

Kenneth Megill, professor of agriculture and
,recently named chief laison with the Florida
legislature, was arrested Monday morning for
holding an unauthorized rally calling for direct
control of state universities by the lawmakers.
Megill was dressed in a conservative business suit
and surrounded by supporters from all sectors of
the university community. Trouble arose with
police when one of the demonstrators tried to use a
rest room in a nearby building and was arrested on
the grounds that he was not a recognized campus
organization and therefore was not entitled to use
UF facilities.
The mild-mannered professor told the group,
many of whom were carrying U.S. and Confederate
flags and wearing Wallace in 72 buttons., that

Court Orders
Impeachment
For Mcride
In a surprise move Monday
the Honor Court declared that
Bill Mcride is the rightful
president of the student body,
and then instituted
impeachment proceedings
against him for not performing
the functions of the office.
The decision overruled a
previous one in which the court
said Mcrides election to the
highest student office was illegal
and called for another election.
In the second election Clyde
Taylor was elected in a landslide.
Bob Hughes, then honor
court chancellor, said there had
been certain irregularities in
the first election procedures and
ordered a new one.
Honor Court Chancellor Pete
Zinober Monday said Hughes
decision had no basis in fact, but
was grounded on political
motives.
He just wanted to gi/e that
mother Taylor another chance,
Zinober said. His reasoning was
unsound, unsure, and unjegal,
oops! illegal.
Zinober said he had no
particular reason for waiting
until now for making his
decision public.
I just felt the political
atmosphere was right, he said.
This was really the best time to
announce my decision.
Im sorry Bill (Mcride) had
not been doing his job, Zinober
said. Im relly sorry to have to
impeach him, but thats the
breaks.

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because of the pay raise that is anticipated for the
legislators from SI2OO to about $12,000, they
should assume the administration of all state
universities.
Because of their great and unfailing interest in
the quality of higher education and academic
freedom, Megill said, the lawmakers should
administrate our schools, including the naming of
faculty members, assignment of washroom keys,
and the making up of test questions.
I favor Sen. Tom Slade to head the group to
come to this campus.
After the arrests were made, the group all crossed
their hearts and promised they would march on the
Capitol in an attempt to have the plan implemented.

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Bomb Explosion Rocks Tigert Hall

By BRAVE ODOR
Agitator Staphe Writer
Tigert Hall was partially
destroyed Monday Night when a
time bomb exploded under Vice
President Lester L. Hales desk
on the first floor.
Kampus Kops arriving on the
scene reported that the blast
ripped out the west wall and
penetrated into the mysterious
computer room in the basement.
Kops Chief Audie Shuler told
Agitator reporters that
computers were in the midst of
recording grades for the previous
quarter and suffered a trauma
when the basement ceiling
collapsed.
All grades reports were
destroyed, Shuler said, and
the quarter may have to be

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repeated.
Kops investigators said they
found bomb fragments in the
wreckage and deduced that the
device was located directly
under Hales desk.
We knew it was Hales
desk, they said, because we
also found charred remains of
paper airplanes near the bomb
fragments.
The paper planes appeared to
all have crushed nosetips and
apparently were made from
secret documents which
contained the biographies of
certain high echelon student
left-wingers, they said.
Upon further investigation by
an astute Agitator stapher who
had locked himself in the
building the night before on
assignment to uncover secret

files and to test security, it was
discovered that the explosion
also burned a hole in the office
rug of UF President Stephen C.
OConnell.
OConnell was later reached
for a statement by an Agitator
copyboy who found him
sampling his special wine
collection with off-campused
editor Scott DeGarmo in the
P.K. Yonge library room.
After staring bleary-eyed for
several minutes at the copyboy,
OConnell turned to DeGarmo
and mumbled something that
sounded like, Wheres that Hull
with the girls?
The copyboy reported that
OConnell never did comment
on the blast but instead went to
a phone to confer with his good
buddy Tom Slade, staying at a
nearby hotel with a group of
state GOP leaders who had the
previous day staged a sanctioned
sit-in inside OConnells office in
an effort to get him in the race
for governor.
Hale was reportedly out of
town when the explosion took
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place and administrators said,
when grilled by Kops, that they
did not know his whereabouts.
Kops said that they have no
leads on who planted the bomb,

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but said they were looking into
reports that several bearded
creatures were seen lurking on
Tigert Hall roof earlier in the
evening.

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The
Florida Agitator
# Lester Hale
Canons of Journalism Editor
Pacewrecker Lyndon B. Johnson
News Management Editor
Un American
Richard Daley
Objectivity Editor
Because of their undying and unselfish contributions to the
field of journalism The Florida Agitator has selected the above
named people as editors of this special edition. Their work
needs no explanation.

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U.S. Breaks Relations With France

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Mainline
NEWS
Phone Dispute
Still Hung Up
MICANOPY (LSD) Soviet and American negotiators on the
Alutian Islands ended talks on a somber note Monday and both sides
said no settlement was in sight.
The dispute is raging over the issue of the controversial hot line
between Washington and Moscow. The Soviets continue to insist that
until American business recognizes the truth of Russian claims that the
telephone was invented by Alexandrivich Grahamioc Bellovich three
years before Alexander Graham Bell invented it in America, they will
not answer the Moscow phone.
Communications can really be said to be at an all-time low, the
American spokesman said. What is even more crucial to the interests
of our country is that the Russians refuse to pay their phone bill.
Bell Telephone in New York said that they objected to the course
the talks were taking and refused to consider the possibility of a
compromise which would change the companys name to Bellovich
Telephone Company.
Russian negotiators said that they had documented proof that the
American Imperialists had taken the credit from a loyal Soviet
citizen.
When asked by the Americans to produce the proof, the Russian
spokesman, pounding a nearby telephone with his shoe, said We
have no intention to cooperate with these capitalists, and we will not
be pushed around. Our information is classified and will not be
handed over to the Americans.
In its current status, the hot line is temporarily out of order, and
the telephone repairmen, on strike in New York, refuse to fix the
lines.
Patricia Nixon, wife of the president, is reported very disturbed
because she cannot contact the wife of the Soviet premier.
How am I ever going to keep informed of the latest Prague and
Moscow fashions? she asked. Now Ill never be able to make the
Best Dressed list like Jackie.
President Nixon could not be reached for comment Monday.

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WASHINGTON (LSD) President Nixon, in a
surprise move Monday, withdrew official U.S.
recognition of the Republic of France.
Nixon said the U.S. would request the French
ambassador to the United States be recalled
immediately, and said the American ambassador
was already flying back from Paris.
The president said because of deteriorating
relations with the European republic his decision
was the wisest course of action the United States
could take at this time to avoid further troubles.
He referred to the recent pro-American
demonstrations raging through the sewers of Paris
which were put down by the Fierce Fighting Fairies,
private guard of French President Charles DeGaulle
in a bloody underground battle.
Sources close to the French general said he was
quite disturbed, upset and bewildered at the
unFrench conduct displayed in his sewers.
The demonstrations were not sponsored by the
United States and there were no American citizens

Breakfast Table Shape
Approved At Paris Talks

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VIETNAM WHITEWASH
... peace talk hassle

Tuesday, April 1, 1969, The Florida Alligator,

involved, Nixon said. We cannot sit placidly by
and watch this butchery in the streets of Paris.
Nixon pledged American forces would be sent to
Paris early next week to protect American
interests.
We cannot risk American property and various
and sundry other interests in France ... I mean
foreign ports, the president said at his late
afternoon news conference, therefore, our troops
will be sent via Coast Guard cutters to bring back
the peace to our underprivileged neighbors across
the seas.
He warned Americans to become involved.
For too long we sat back and watch the world
fall apart, he said, we must take action regardless
of the cost.
American forces, lounging in their tropical
headquarters in Vietnam, Laos, Peru, and Israel, and
the winter resort barracks in Greenland, West
Germany, the South Pole and Sweden were
unavailable for comment.

PARIS (LSD) The Vietnam peace talks here
took a substantial step forward Monday when the
shape of the table was finally decided upon.
The delegates agreed to use a table shaped like
the Star of David, but only to have breakfast on.
The decision is a big step forward, U.S.
representative Averill Harriman said. Now we will
be able to sit down together early in the morning
and get down to the real nitty gritty of the peace
talks.
Well have a chance to talk about the size and
shape of the actual peace talk table, he said. A big
problem, though, will be the decision on what to eat
for breakfast.
Myself, he said, Id like com flakes, but I hear
that dirty commie from North Vietnam wants rice.
I think the representative of the Cong says hell
settle only for raw pork, and personally I find that
sickening, Harriman belched.
The representative from South Vietnam said he
would settle for almost anything, except that I
really would prefer cream cheese, bagels and lox,
he said.

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have been fishing in for the story
about a new pool for the last
jB Animal
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To Lester Hale, who has done
an admirable job as Alligator
scapegoat, replacing Dean of
Women Betty Cosby.

SO that
discrimination charges
by
'. '- "/; \ :.'**' .', ' :v, actually taken seriously for a
while.

In keeping with the
tradition of April Fool's
and campus politics (often
confused), the Florida
Alligator takes sadistic
delight in presenting to
those newsmakers who have
best exemplified the spirit
of ars gratis artis in
buffoonery, inanity and
pure fun, these:

'jfetiiyflk I

The
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Only at UF
Award
To Tony Duva, the first UF
basketball player ever to get run
over by a truck on Florida Field.

The "I Told
You So Award
To Gator Ray Graves, who
said his team was nothing
special. Concerned with the
possibility of swelled egos and
high ratings. Graves put the team
back in line by dropping the
next three out of four games, J
proving he was right all along. r
Audacity f 1
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To SSOC, who had the \FifH
audacity to start charging \ 1
campus groups who wanted to Vi I
hear radical speakers, with the Tmm
going rate up to sls.
and...
To Jim Hollis, who had even
more audacity by offering n
himself out to radical groups for
the same rate.
and...
To the management of the
Reitz Union, who skillfully
out-maneuvered the hippie
element by closing off all
bathrooms in the Union just
before a nationwide "flush-in"
was about to begin, coinciding J
with President Nixon's
inauguration.

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To Cathy Eicher, almost a
m cheerleader, who won her fight
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9' ve up saying she had decided
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Orange and
BLUE BULLETIN
Campus Calendar

Tuesday, April 1
Textbook Exchange, C-4B
Union, 2:00 6:00 p.m.
Delta Sigma Pi, 355 Union, 7:00
p.m.
Student Senate Meeting, 349
Union, 7:00 p.m.
Duplicate Bridge, 150-D Union,
7:30 p.m.
Florida Players Production,
"WALEROON", Constans
Theatre, 8:00 p.m.
Music Dept: Univ. Chir Concert,
University Aud., 8:15 p.m.

Tickets for Wednesday nights
performance by Diana Ross and
the Supreme s go on sale again
today at 2 p.m. at the stadium
ticket windows.
The tickets are $3, $5, and $6
per couple and will be sold to
students, faculty, staff and the
general public until sold out.
The Student Government
Productions sponsored event
starts at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in
the Florida Gym.

Low Interest Rates Still Available
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
st_h Avenueayhe^omerof 12th Street Hours : 800 cun. 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday lllr

Wednesday, April 2
Textbook Exchange, C-4B
Union, 2:00 6:00 p.m.
Miss Univ. of Fla. Personality
Contest Reception, 122
Union, 1:00 p.m.
Circle K Meeting, 361 Union,
7:30 p.m.
SGP: "SUPR EMES", plus
"Gladys Knight fk the Pips",
Florida Gym, 8:15 p.m.
; * T O

Thursday, April 3
Textbook Exchange, C-4B
Union, 2:00 6:00 p.m.
Contemporary Poet Series, Prof.
Ed Ochester, 122 Union,
4:00 p.m.
Union Movie, "New Cinema II",
Union Aud., 6:00, 8:30 &
11:00 p.m.
Christian Science Organization,
357 Union, 7:00 p.m.
Association of Women Students,
118 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Gamma Beta Phi Meeting, 361
Union, 7:15 p.m.
Y oung Republicans Meeting,
150 C Union, 8:00 p.m.

Friday, April 4
Textbook Exchange, C-4B
Union, 2:00 6:00 p.m.
Union Movie, "New Cinema II",
Union Aud., 6:00, 8:30 &
11:00 p.m.
Miss Univ. of Fla. Beauty
Contest Semi-finals, Constans
Theatre, 8:00 p.m.

UNION BOX OFFICE:
Film Series, 10 films: faculty,
staff & general public, $5.00;
Univ. of Fla. students, $2.50;
5 films, Univ. of Fla.
Students, $1.50. "Bashar &
Shala", Univ. of Fla student,
$.75; faculty & staff, $1.00;
general public, $1.50.
"Carnigras", 5 tickets for
SI.OO.



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| SPONSORED BY STUDENT GOVERNMENT

UNCLE ALBERT
WANTS YOU

APPLICATIONS AND INFORMATION MAY BE PICKED UP IN UNION PROGRAM OFFICE

(1) Gator Gras Battle of the Bands
Plaza of the Americas
Friday, April 11,9 p.m.
(2) Gator Gras Folk Festival
Featuring: The Puget Sound,
Al Leonard,
and others. .
Rathskeller
Saturday, April 12, 8:30 p.m. 2:00 a.m.

MISS U.F. PAGEANT FRIDAY SATURDAY
8:00 APRIL 4-5 CONSTANS THEATRE

MEET ME AT THE 'RAT
Weve got a lot of changes
in store for you this quarter
AFTER THIS WEEK there will
not be an entertainment charge
for Mon. Tues. Wed. nights.
We ll have College Night, Greek
Night, Dorm Night. There will
be much singing and funning.
SPECIAL THIS
WEEK
VINCE MARTIN
"from Miami"
March 30-APRIL 5
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Remember no membership card needed for
the Rat until 8:00P.M. except for Bar service.

GATOR GRAS *O9
APRIL 10-12
SPONSORED BY GATOR GRAS COMMITTEE REITZ UNION PROGRAM COUNCIL
DEADLINE FOR ALL CONTESTS IS APRIL 4, 4:00p.m.
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Investigate, Participate, and Spectate

...to Enjoy and Participate in

(3) Gator Gras Beauty Contest
Rathskeller
Thursday, April 10, 9:00 p.m.
(Wmnei goes to Miss Florida Universe Contest 1 )
(4) Gator Gras Ugly-Man Contest
Plaza of the Americas
Friday, April 11, 3:30 p.m.

CARNIGRAS RETURNS
SECOND YEAR -TW ICE THE SIZE
SAVE MONEY BUY DURING
ADVANCED SALES APRIL 7-12,1969

The Gamma Beta Phi Society presents:
Introduction to Upper Division:
a series of programs designed to inform interested
students about each of the upper division colleges.
The format for each program:
-The dean introduces '"his" college.
A representative from the Placement Service
offers ideas concerning job opportunities for
graduates of the college.
Each department chairman gives a capsule view
of his field.
General questions from the floor are invited.
-Information social to help students get better
aquainted with the chairmen and learn about the
various curriculu/ns.
Gain valuable information that can help you make
the choice between upper division colleges more
intelligently.
Watch for flyers announcing dates, times, and
places for each presentation.
Sigma Tau Sigma
Student tutor society
announces
that applications for membership are now being
accepted. The Society is a service honorary which
offers free tuTO ring to fellow students.
Qualifications are a Dean's List standing and the
desire to become involved. Inquiries may be made
to the Dean of Men's office 392-1261 N

Tuesday, April 1, 1969, The Florida Alligator,

(5) Gator Gras Soap-Box Derby Contest
Derby "500" Med Center Hill
Saturday, April 12, 9-12 a.m.
(6) Gator Gras Tug-of-War Contest
Broward Field
Saturday, April 12, 1:00 p.m.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
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Good as new, $125.00. Enclosed in
handsome case and sits on rollers.
Florence Nelson, Ph. 392-1764.
(A-4t-104-P)
Triumph, 1967, 500 cc, Only 3500
miles, Perfect Condition, Call
376-4167 after 6P.M. (A-4t-105-p)
1968 Benetti 125 cc Scrambler road
and trail sprockets, Must sacrifice,
will take best offer. Call 378-3878.
(A-3t-105-p)
WOODED LOT across from
University Golf Course, $4500. R. T.
Poole, Rt. No 1, Box 1027, Apopka,
Florida 32703 (A-5M04-P)
FOR RENT 1
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Peace and quiet is yours for the
asking by living in one of our
secluded luxurious one-bedroom
furnished town house apartments.
Only 5 minutes from the campus and
medical center. $155 per month plus
$35 for utilities. Call us now for an
appointment to see them. Immediate
occupancy. Ernest Tew Realty, Mnc
Phone 376-6461. (B-22t-105-c)

ALLIGATOR CLASSIFIEDS
To order classifieds, use the form below. Fill in the boxes
allowing 1 box for each letter, space and punctuation mark.
Count 2 boxes for capital letters. Dont use hyphens at the end of
a line (which contains 35 characters). Use additional form if more
than 4 lines are required Minimum charge is $ 1.00 for 4 lines. For
each additional line, add $.25. Multiply the total by the number
of days the ad is to run. Subtract the discount for consecutive
insertions (if applicable*). Mail the ad, with remittance (check
preferred) to: Alligator Classifieds, Room 330, Reitz Union,
Gainesville, Florida, 32601.
Deadline -300 pm. 2 days prior to starting day
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female roommate for spring quarter
$45. On the pool, AC, really nice.
Call 372-1664 (C03M03-P)
Male roommate(s), 2 br new
townhouse, wll-to-wall, A/C, DW;
$72 for 2nd (own br), S4B each 2nd
and 3rd, 378-6400. (C-2M04-P)
4
Law or grad student wanted to live in
3-bedroom, nicely furnished home
near campu. Utilities paid. Call Bill
Early evenings at 378-3862.
(C-3M04-P)
NEAR CAMPUS: need female
roommate for very nice 2 bedroom
duplex: $45 a mo. plus 1/3 utilities.
Call 372-2048 after 6:00 p.m.
(C-2M04-P)
Arriflex BL, or ECLAR npr 16mm
cine camera wanted. Also Nagra 111
Taperecorder. Top price! Call Dan at
378-4532. (C-4t-105-p)
Roomate wanted: money cant buy
happyness, but $65 per month makes
a good start! Includes all utilities AC
and phone. (Room 302) College
Terrace Apts. 1225 SW First Ave.
Call Dan at 3784532 after 4.
(C-st-105-p)

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WAITRESS Cashier Hostess
attractive coeds for part or full time
work. Employee discounts, beautiful
surroundings. Apply in personnel
office 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Maas
Brothers. (E-3M04-C)
WE DO NOT WANT MAGIC but a
smart educated man can start career
up to $6600 beginning salary.
Company car or allowance for your
car. Outside work, permanant with
advancement program. Call Ed
Simmons. Allied Personnell of
Gainesville 1800 N. Main 376-4611.
(E-st-105-p)
OFFICE GIRLS to type, keep
bookd, handle clients and payments.
Pay according to your ability. Call
Helen Sullivan at Allied Personnel at
Gainesville 1800 N. Main St.
376-4611. (E-st-105-p)
SECRETARIES Big Offices Not so
big too! Law-Insurance-Businesses
and financial. The best attainable pay
for the job you want in the office
you enjoy. Cal Paul Grimes Allied
Personnel of Gainesville. 1800 N.
Main St. 376-4611. (E-st-105-p)
WANTED Secretary, must be
experienced in shorthand, and
typing. Salary commensurate with
abliity. Call Parks M. Carmichael.
Scruggs, Carmichael and Tomalson
3 76-5242, Gville for interview.
(E-st-105-p)
FRESHMEN & SOPH: NEED to
EARN MONEY this summer? The
Southwestern Co. will interview
college men this Thursday & Friday,
April 3 & 4. See Placement Office
JWRU Room G-22 for sign-up sheets.
(E-5M04-P)
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PERSONAL
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Tired of Rock Around the Clock?
Listen to the smooth one -..WUWU
radio. tDial 1390. Great music, news,
sports, stocks, weather. (J-lt-105-p)
Experienced Script Writer(s):
(Documentary style) Want to do a
flick for the film festivals? Maybe we
can work a deal. I put up equipment,
filmstock and budget; you furnish
the scripting. Call Dan at 3784532.
(J-st-105-p)
Carol Sue and Barbara, who talked
acting with me in Little Larrys Wed.
night; if still interested, call Dan at
378-4532. (J-2t-105-p)
If you are planning to go to London
this summer for 10 weeks & $315
youd better hurry the deadline if
Fri. 4:00 PM. Call 392-1655310
Union. (J-lt-105-c)
Female senior wants traveling
companion to hitchike through
Bavarian Alps and up through
Scandinavia. Flexible itinerary. Sleep
in hostels. Approximately June
23-August 25. Call 392-6015.
(J-lt-104-PJ
Qial 378-5600 and hear a taped
message any time day or night.
Message changes each Wednesday.
Let Freedom Ring, 16 NW 7th Ave.
(J-5M04-P) Paid Political Adv.
SERVICES §
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NEED A PAINTER? Free estimates
Professional Painting Interior and
Exterior call after 5 or anytime on
weekends 378-4855. (M-10t-105-p)
Alternators Generators Starters
Electrical systems tested repairs.
Auto Electrical Service, 603 SE 2nd
St. 378-7330. (M-tt-iu^-C)
INCOME TAX $4 up. Expert service
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The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 1,1969

Graves Retires To Politics

By R. U. DONE
Alligator Sports Editor
UF Athletic Director Ray Graves announced his retirement
late Monday effective immediately.
The Head Football Coach and Athletic Director gave as his
reasons for the sudden decision a desire to enter politics.
Now that I have reached the pinnacle of success in athletics,
I feel it is time to turn to other areas, Graves said. Now that
we have achieved such national prominence in sports I want to
try my hand at running the state.
Graves confirmed reports that he has thrown his helmet into
the political arena and will be seeking the governorship in 1970.
Immediate support was given by the NCAA and Ku Klux
Kaln, but Graves will run on the New Party slate.
It is my desire to bring a winning season to the people of the
state, Graves said. Weve got a lot of good people in this state,
theyre all real fine citizens, who can carry the ball.
Graves was asked if he thought he could improve on his
record at UF:
It will be hard, but Ill do my damnedest.

Raf Opens
On Roof
By ANNIE FANNIE
Agitator S tap he Writer
Who wants to sit in a
darkened Rathskeller and drink
beer during Spring Quarter with
all that beautiful sun outside?
Eric Williams, Rat public
relations chairman was afraid
last quarter that not too many
UF students would want to.
So the combined efforts of
the Rathskeller committee, the
Reitz Union Board of Managers
and the Student Government
Roof Committee resulted in the
UF Rat on the Roof during
Spring and Summer Quarters.
The much-agitated for union
roof-top swimming pool, sun
deck, and tennis courts on the
fourth floor of the union were
receiving less than capacity
use, Bill Rion, union director
complained to Gary Goodrich,
student body vice president, on
Monday morning following
Spring break.
Goodrich called UF President
Stephen C. OConnell at 10 a.m.
to discuss the problem of
apathetic use of the facilities by
the student body.
OConnell then called a
meeting of the Rathskeller, Roof
Top and Reitz Union Board of
Managers, the Triple R
Committee, for noon in the
Rathskeller. During the meeting
over lunch at the Rathskeller,
OConnell called Governor
Claude Kirk for approval of the
Rat on the Roof, which called
for serving breakfast and lunch
pool side on the fourth floor of
the union.
Kirk approved the plan
provided the Rat on the Roof
agreed to operate in the red and
would not be in competition
with the pool facilities at the
Florida Gytn.
Joe Hilliard said that
Frauleins would rent bathing
suits to Rathskeller members
and their guests upon
presentation of membership
cards, IDs, and current
registration.

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New Head
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By CHUCKLES
Alligator Sports Editor
Im very happy to be moving
up to the UF, said new Head
Football Coach Bill Peterson. I
already have plans for the
Gators.
Peterson said that Yon Hall
would be tom down due to
rampant athletes feet that has
occured in the dorm. He said
that the players would be
housed at the Ramada Inn while
the new dorm is being built this
summer.
Peterson said he will bring
over a few of his own boys from
FSU to fill in at the weak
positions in the Gator attack.
I shall bring a national
championship home to the UF,
said Peterson. Well be number
one this season with most of my
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'Pete New Head Coach,
Carlson Athletic Director

By I.M. FINISHED
Alligator Assistant Sports Editor
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell didnt waste any time
in naming a replacement for the
Head Football Coach Ray
Graves, who announced his
retirement.
Florida State University Head
Football Coach Bill Peterson has
accepted the position, OConnell
announced.
It is always a real challenge
to move up to a new position of
greater importance, Peterson
said. Ive always wanted to try
my hand at coaching bigtime
football.
Peterson assumes his new
duties immediately during the
spring practice session.
Sports Information Director
Norm Carlson has been named
the new Athletic Director for
the UF, OConnell said.
I will make the necessary
adjustments immediately to
insure a smooth takeover of my
new administration, Carlson
said. Let me assure everyone
that the machinery has already
been set in progress to prevent a
crisis situation now that Coach
Graves has left.
In his first move Carlson
accepted Peterson as Head
Football Coach and appointed
Former Chairman of the
Faculty-Athletic Committee
Mandel Glicksburg to his old
position of Sports Publicity
Director.
It has always been my
ambition to make UF sports No.
1 and now I can realize that
goal, Glicksburg said.
Assistant Head Football
Coach Gene Ellenson
immediately announced his
resignation upon hearing of
Graves decision and the
subsequent developments.
If I cant play second fiddle
to Ray Graves then Im not
going to play, Ellenson said.
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athletic scholarship today.
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Bartlett. He has real sharp
teeth.
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Yon Men
Not Like
Other Boys
By WELL DONE
Alligator Sports Writer
A recent revelation from
secret SEC officials found that
in a probing sex test conducted
on all of the UF athletes living in
Yon Hall over 99 percent of the
players were Russian women
posing as American males...
UF football player and
president of the Fellowship of
Christian Athletic Association
Rocky Doddridge was
unavailable for comment after
winning the Gay Nineties
Chug-a-Lug Contest today...
Alligator Sports Editor Marc
Dunn, 22, announced his
retirement today and
recommended Chuck Partusch,
20, to take over his position
saying that New blood was
needed to pump new life into
Alligator sports
coverage... 22-year-old Bill
Dunn, Marcs younger brother,
said he hopes to follow in Marcs
footsteps by accepting the
position of Alligator Sports
Editor Assistant only a
heartbeat from the editors
desk...
UF SG official Rick Katz
was recently named to the
All-American Pansy Team for
the fifth consecutive
year Katz said he was honored
to accept the award for the UFs
athletic pansy team (WERE
NUMBER ONE)...
Slippery Fanny today was
kicked off the UFs Track Team
for a violation of the cigarette
break rule which states that a
UF athlete may not smoke more
than one cigarette during any
one seven minute break
period Fanny pleaded with
Track Coach P. T. Barnum
Carnes promising to do all of his
smoking off the track ...
O. J. Simpson, All-American
football player from USC,
announced that he was giving up
football and going on the PGA
tour...
Athletic Director Ray Graves
said today that all of UFs teams
have agreed that the Gator
colors of orange and blue are
definitely out this season and
said the new in colors for all
Gator teams would be shocking
pink and chartreuse green...
Golf Coach Buster Bishop
announced today the signing of
580 lb. high school standout I.
M. Fats to a UF scholarship
Bishop said Fats would add
needed weight to the team to
round out his roster especially
on greens (TILT)...
Calling Bill Ballinger Is
Jessy there..
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